ALL ABOUT THE EVENT
South Africa’s biggest, one night only, inner-city art exhibition and sale to raise funds for education-focused charities. Night of a 1000 Drawings is an empowerment project that culminates in a one-night-only, massive inner-city art sale to raise funds for deserving causes.
When And Where!
Date & Time
Saturday 30th March 2019
Doors open at 4pm, but you will need to listen to our MC’s instructions for proceedings at the event.
Victoria Yards, JHB
16 Viljoen St, Lorentzville, Johannesburg, 2094
Come early to explore this awesome compound filled with beautiful art galleries and awesome shops.
Tickets are R100 p/p and are available at webtickets or at the event. Buy your tickets online now and avoid the queues on the night.
All art will be on sale for R150. Purchase an A5 envelope and numbered stickers at the event and wait for further instructions from our MC.
There is limited indoor parking available for R20 per car. We encourage you to take Uber or Taxify. Especially if you are drinking and driving. There is plenty of street parking available.
We will have loads of delicious food and drinks available on the night. More info to follow.
If you can’t be part of the event or simply wish to add that bit extra, then we have great news for you! We are excited to announce that you can donate cash towards this great cause now, just Snap and Donate today!
Mzansi star Candice Modiselle is our fabulous MC for #1000D2019. She’s a Wits School of Art Honours Graduate, TV presenter, producer, singer, dancer, choreographer and well known actress who’s starred in many productions including the movies Thato and Bittersweet and the soapie Generations. Candice has been described as a dynamic ball of energy who lights up any occasion with her bubbly personality. Plus, she has big dreams for the future saying, “I would still love to produce more theatre and screen productions, write more, perform in my own work, grow as a presenter, host, speaker and actress.”
Martin Otto, better known by his stage name ‘Cito’ has been part of the rock band Wonderboom for over 22 years and is still rocking as its lead vocalist and guitarist. Not only is Cito a multi-instrumentalist (Penny whistle, Spanish Guitar, Harmonica – to name a few), he’s also one of South Africa’s most talented live performers and winner of many awards, including taking a top spot on the international Silk Road Indie Music Festival with Wonderboom in 2017.
Khukhoz has over 15 years experience in the music industry. He’s worked as an award winning sound engineer with most of the well established artists and bands with different genres like Kenny Latimore, Denim and Hugh Masekela to name a few. Because of his vast experience in the music and drama industry Khukhoz plays different genres of eclectic music, keeping his audiences super-happy. Check out his tune, Rise featuring Nampiri on YouTube.
From Bad Woolf
Hannah Foster is the bluesy, jazzy, versatile vocalist from the much loved, eclectic Johannesburg band, Bad Woolf. Hannah has created a name for herself as one of the most talented vocalists in South Africa, doing unforgettable cover songs from Etta James’ classic “At Last” to Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” and everything in between. Listen to Hannah doing a fresh version of “It’s All About the Base” on YouTube.
Tubatsi Moloi is a resident artist at the Nirox Foundation and his unique sound and crafted performance has seen him featured at popular festivals, such as: Basha Uhuru, OppiKoppi, Mieliepop, Joburg Day Festival, Grahamstown National Arts Festival, Afropunk and Park Acoustics. His latest work is inspired by artists Guy Buttery, Philip Tabane, Bob Dylan and Zim Nqawane. His music asks the audience to be open-minded and exploratory as he brings a collaboration of sound and genre in creating an authentic fusion folk sound.
Mike Dawson started out performing music in restaurants for sandwiches and coffee! He’s currently studying architecture in Johannesburg and has created a deep interest for music performed within the city. There’s a contrast between the urban spaces and the narrative encounters that playing music in Johannesburg has enabled. Mike’s lyrics also form vignettes of experiences within the city. Currently, he’s developing a solo project after five years of performing as a lead and rhythm guitarist and vocalist in a local Joburg indie band.
DJ Bza is a music compiler/deejay from Soweto whose real name is Simphiwe Oneile Nkabinde. With a groovy musical ear he’s in sync with any crowd and can play for all types of moods. His outstanding taste for music can be heard on his monthly podcasts titled The Sole Antidote Project which introduces an alternative soul/rap genre which consists of artists such as Jorja Smith, Sonder, Dwele and the like. “Success is measured by con.